DVD/Blu-Ray Releases: 24 – March – 2015 DVD/Blu-Ray Releases: 24 – March – 2015
Today's DVD and Blu-Ray releases! DVD/Blu-Ray Releases: 24 – March – 2015

Hey, hey, everyone,

Not a lot of new releases but quite a few Blu-Ray releases of older movies. Check it out!

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Not a lot of new releases this week but this would be the pick of the week. If not, War Bats would come to attack me. I enjoyed the first one, enjoyed parts of the second one and am sure this one will be somewhere in between that.



Anne Hathaway plays a woman who strikes up a relationship with her ailing brother’s favorite musician. Nope!



Adam Green directed horror movie that is a bascially a documentary exploring monsters that goes horribly wrong. It’s got Ray Wise, Kane Hodder, and even a Don Coscarelli cameo.


I actually saw a taped recording of this musical like 16 years ago with Ben Vereen as the wolf and it was pretty good. This version just does not do anything for me.


Written by the Coen Brothers and directed by Angelina Jolie, this is the story of Olympian Louis Zamperini who spends months in a raft before he’s caught by the Japanese navy and sent to a POW camp.


DVD/Blu-Ray Information Special Features
 108200_medium A Candle for the Devil (1973) – Starring: Judy Geeson, Aurora Bautista, Esperanza Roy, Víctor Alcázar, Lone Fleming, Blanca Estrada; Director: Eugenio Martín Screen Archives Entertainment Exclusive / Limited Edition – 1,000 copies
 119999_medium At War with the Army (1950) – Starring: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Mike Kellin, Jimmie Dundee, Dick Stabile, Tommy Farrell; Director: Hal Walker  None
 122393_medium Best Seller (1987) – Starring: James Woods, Brian Dennehy, Paul Shenar; Director: John Flynn  None
 115821_medium Blind Woman’s Curse (1970) – Starring: Meiko Kaji, Hoki Tokuda, Makoto Satô; Director: Teruo Ishii  None
 122392_medium Chattahoochee (1989) – Starring: Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman; Director: Mike Jackson  None
 122391_medium Convicts (1991) – Starring: James Earl Jones, Robert Duvall, Lukas Haas; Director: Peter Masterson  None
 119998_medium Cover Up (1949) – Starring: William Bendix, Dennis O’Keefe, Barbara Britton, Art Baker, Ann E. Todd; Director: Alfred E. Green  None
 120967_medium Gates of Heaven/Vernon, Florida (1978 – 1981) – Starring: Lucille Billingsley, Zella Graham, Cal Harberts, Albert Bitterling, Roscoe Collins; Director: Errol Morris
  • New 2K digital restorations of both films, supervised by director Errol Morris, with uncompressed monaural soundtracks
  • New interviews with Morris
  • Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980), a twenty-minute film by Les Blank featuring Herzog fulfilling a bet intended to inspire Morris to complete his first feature
  • Footage of Herzog professing his admiration for Gates of Heaven at the 1980 Telluride Film Festival
  • PLUS: An essay by critic Eric Hynes
 90866_medium Gone with the Pope (2010) – Starring: Duke Mitchell, Lorenzo Dardado, Peter Milo, Jim LoBianco; Director: Duke Mitchell
  • Spectacular 2K digital restoration from the original 35mm camera negative
  • Three stunning audio options – mono, stereo and 5.1 – mixed by Emmy award-winning mixer Marti Humphrey
  • In-depth interviews with stars Jim LoBianco and John Murgia, cinematographer Peter Santoro, editors Bob Leighton and Robert Florio, and legendary exploitation producer/director Matt Cimber
  • Footage from the 2010 Hollywood World Premiere
  • Deleted scenes and bloopers
  • Liner notes by acclaimed horror novelist John Skipp
  • Extensive still galleries and theatrical trailer
 122863_medium John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man (2010) – Starring: Maureen O’Hara, Peter Bogdanovich, Martin Scorsese, Jim Sheridan, Gabriel Byrne; Director: Se Merry Doyle  None
 118216_medium Man, Pride and Vengeance (1967) – Starring: Franco Nero, Franco Ressel, Klaus Kinski; Director: Luigi Bazzoni  None
 106596_medium Stripped to Kill (1987) – Starring: Kay Lenz, Greg Evigan, Norman Fell; Director: Katt Shea Screen Archives Entertainment Exclusive / Limited Edition – 1,200 copies
 87368_medium The Beyond (1981) – Starring: Catriona MacColl, David Warbeck, Cinzia Monreale; Director: Lucio Fulci
  • Spectacular hi-definition digital transfer of the original UNCENSORED Director’s Cut
  • Breathtaking 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio surround sound re-mix by Academy Award winner Paul Ottosson
  • Provocative commentary by stars Catriona MacColl and genre superstar David Warbeck
  • Optional Italian language soundtrack and original mono mix
  • New in-depth interviews with stars Catriona MacColl, Cinzia Monreale and Giovanni De Nava, U.S. production manager Larry Ray, make-up artists Giannetto DeRossi and Maurizio Trani, cinematographer Sergio Salvati, writer Dardano Sacchetti, producer Fabrizio De Angelis, composer Fabio Frizzi, original U.S. distributor Terry Levene, and Antonella Fulci
  • Rare archival interviews with director Lucio Fulci and David Warbeck
  • Lost German pre-credit sequence in FULL COLOR
  • Extensive still galleries and theatrical trailers
  • Liner notes by legendary horror journalist Chas. Balun and EuroHorror expert Martin Beine
  • BONUS CD – original soundtrack album by Fabio Frizzi newly remastered in stunning 96khz sound from the original studio master tapes
  • Chilling limited edition GLOW-IN-THE-DARK slip cover
 122399_medium The End of Violence (1997) – Starring: Gabriel Byrne, Bill Pullman; Director: Wim Wenders  None
 121310_medium The Roommates / A Woman for All Men (1973 – 1975) – Starring: Roberta Collins, Judith Brown; Director: Arthur Marks  None
 52404_medium The Sure Thing (1985) – Starring: John Cusack, Daphne Zuniga, Anthony Edwards, Tim Robbins; Director: Rob Reiner  None
 111864_medium The Thin Blue Line (1988) – Starring: Randall Adams, David Harris, Gus Rose; Director: Errol Morris
  • New high-definition digital restoration, supervised by director Errol Morris and producer Mark Lipson, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
  • New interview with Morris
  • New interview with filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer (The Act of Killing)
  • NBC report from 1989 covering Randall Adams’s release from prison
  • PLUS: An essay by film scholar Charles Musser
 122400_medium Vincent and Theo (1990) – Starring: Tim Roth, Paul Rhys; Director: Robert Altman  None
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